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• Your first choice is rarely your best choice
• Five lessons on being wrong
• Just because you failed the first time, doesn’t mean you won’t succeed
Most of the big decisions we make in life force us to be hard on ourselves.
Just because a few of our first relationships did not work out doesn’t mean we cannot find someone who completes us. Most of us end up hating on ourselves after going to school and spending many years of training and then miss out on an interview.
• Executing the fundamentals regularly are your path to success
• You need visual cues as reminders
• Don’t overcomplicate the process
Back in 1993, stockbroker Trent Dyrsmid was hired by a bank in Abbotsford, Canada.
The bank was small, but Dyrsmid was new to banking. The expectations for him weren’t very high. To compound the issue, Abbotsford was simply a minor suburb of Vancouver during that time. It wasn’t considered to be any kind of hub. Major email services such as Hotmail and AOL were still years away. Even more so today, location was an essential component to success in the business world. Abbotsford wasn’t the town you went to when you wanted to make big deals.
Did you know that there are over 100 different species of pine trees? However, only a couple of them are used as a remedy. Typically, pine pollen extract for supplements is collected from these two trees: The Chinese Oil Pine and the Masson pine. These come from very mountainous regions, and the trees usually thrive at 500 to 800 meters over sea level. Collecting this pollen takes some effort!
If you’re like most gym-goers, you probably add a couple ab exercises onto the end of each workout (if at all). Yet, many just never seem to be satisfied with their abs. The problem? Working on your abs after your body is already fatigued from your earlier workout.
The brain is like a “GPS” which tries to create a clear “map” of the body relative to space. It uses 3 “satellites” as information sources to achieve this: the vision, vestibular system, and proprioceptive system (muscles and joints). When the body doesn’t get good information from these sources, which happens from sitting and staring at a computer/phone too much, the brain creates a blurry “map.” The consequences of a blurry map are pain, tightness, decreased strength, and increased stress hormones.